Aaj Ka MLA Raamavtaar part1


Aaj Ka Ram Avtar MLA is a 1984 film starring starring Rajesh Khanna[1] in the lead role. It was a remake of MLA Yedukondalu [2] directed by Dasari Narayana Rao in Telugu. The film fetched gross of 2 crores at the box office in 1984[3]. Ram Avtar works as a widowed barber in a small village and lives with his wife's sister, Sushma, looking after him and his kids. Ram Avtar also personally grooms Minister Digvijay Singh.When Digvijay's political party is in need of someone to stand in the forthcoming election, Digvijay recommends Ram Avtar as his choice. This chance is grabbed by Ram Avtar and he wins the elections and becomes a big politician.Sushma watches the changes in his life from the sidelines. Directed by Dasari Narayana Rao Produced by Kranthi Kumar Starring Rajesh Khanna Shabana Azmi Shatrughan Sinha Asrani Om Shivpuri Madan Puri Music by Bappi Lahiri Release date(s) March 2, 1984 (1984-03-02) Country India Language Hindi

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